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  CBS    CBS Evening News With Katie Couric    News/Business. Katie Couric. The latest  
   world and national news. New. (HD) (CC) (Stereo)  

    September 13, 2010
    6:30 - 7:00pm EDT  

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we start with breaking news. two armored car guards attacked by a gunman today. witnesses say one was shot in the face. armando trull is where it happened in southeast dc. what else do you know about the attack? >> both witnesses are telling us it was a brazen armed robbery attempt. it happened in the parking lot of this pop eye's restaurant around 2:20 this afternoon, minutes before school let out and before the terrified eyes of restaurant patrons. >> he walked -- he just walked right up on him and pulled out his gun and shot him. it was like he was trying to rob him but at the same time he was scared. >> reporter: this scared witness said immediately after the armored car officer was gunned down in the parking lot, panicked restaurant patrons tried to flee. >> everyone is panicking, trying to get away.
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trying to make sure he doesn't shoot one of us. >> reporter: the guard was take on the the greater southeast hospital inside of his own armored car. he was subsequently airlifted to medstar. even as police investigate the robbery, neighbors said violence, especially by armed youth, has become quite common. >> you say you were robbed here yesterday. >> yes, in front of my house. >> reporter: how did it happen? >> dude just walked up and pointed a gun and wanted our money. >> reporter: this popeye's thing is not surprising. >> not surprising to me. this happens all the time. >> reporter: and as far as the victim is concerned, we don't have any information on what his condition is. police have not released that. they have also not given out any information on how many suspects they are looking for and any suspect information and they cannot tell us if anyone was taken. -- if anything was taken. this is still an active police investigation. armando trull, back to you.
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dc voters go toe polls tomorrow in the democratic primary and all signs.to incumbent mayor fenty needing a dramatic fourth quarter comeback to pull out a win. bruce johnson has been talking to the candidates and their opera tytives. they have been invited to a rally to encourage them to go to the polls tomorrow but one candidate about sen from the crowd, mayor fenty. >> the challenger vincent gray who got all of the attention the polls show him leading the mayor by 17 points. >> you know what, i can't really pay attention to that. i have to pay attention to the efforts to get people out to vote. >> reporter: mayor fenty at georgia and missouri avenue this morning. >> how are you doing? >> then at dupont circle this
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afternoon. >> since those polls came out. they looked at both of our records and now, fenty has some thing he has to work on second term but far far and away much more competent. >> all signs point to a heavy turnout for the primary. already in dc 22,000 people have cast early ballots. gray snorers were excited and confident today. >> what's that about? why? >> last time i voted for fenty and i thought because he was young he would do something for the city. i haven't seen anything he has done. >> the crime rate is going down and test scores going upful you have to stick with a guy when he is doing well like that. >> i heard if it is close no one seemed as encouraged as the candidates four years ago won every single precinct now appears to be on the run are you prepared win or lose? >> we are going to win. >> you don't want to focus on
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losing. i'm focusing on winning. >> reporter: bruce johnson, 9 news now. >> bruce says strategists in both campaigns abig turnout favors gray. the district is split along racial lines with the majority of african-americans supporting gray and a majority of white voters supporting fenty. the race for the top job in prince georges county is a tougher call. there are five democrats running for the county executive slot. one health care union is targeting two front runners lindsey mastis live in the newsroom to tell us more. >> reporter: bake sister former maryland state delicate. michael jackson is the prince georges county sheriff. baker has been endorsed by union local 1899. jackson has become the target of their negative campaign and it seems voters have mixed emotions about it. it happened two years ago, but the two dogs sheriff deputies shot and killed during a misinformed drug raid are now front and center on pamphlets
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mailed to voters. it is a stark difference free from sheriff jackson's open baker. the ads were paid for by fdiu. neither candidate approved the ads. here's jackson's response. >> they know nothing about michael jackson and my i come publishments over the last eight years. >> according to a spokeswoman, the union represents 1700 health care workers at prince georges county hospital. >> there are many examples of how he operates that agency and the fear is he would operate the county in the same way. >> reporter: many voters say they agree. >> you have to look at their previous record. history is a good indicator for the future. >> talk about what happened two years ago, it is important to talk about the stuff that matters to the world. >> reporter: some say it is better left in the past and thoughts should be given to how candidates will run the county. >> i think it should be based on his merit and not on the past. >> reporter: the union has put out other negative campaign
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materials in other races. one of the candidates they are endorsing, delegate doyle lee man says he is rejecting the endorsement and would be returning $1,000 in campaign contributions from one of their organizations. fdiu says they have not yet received that money back. >> thank you for that. senator john mccain is throwing his support behind behind rob lick, the republican wants to recapture the office he lost to current governor o'malley four years ago. mccain's former vice presidential running mate sarah palin is backing maryland business investor brian murphy in the gop primary. and don't forget, tomorrow is primary day. get your maryland and dc voter guides at wusa9.com. just go to the extras tab under news. people are angry after a police officer shot a dog in adams morgan on sunday. police issued a statement today and say that shooting at the adams morgan day celebration is
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under investigation. neighbors are now arguing over how it all went down. >> no. from here. threw it from here. not from there. >> across the street. >> no. you are lying. >> you nied to shut up. i'm talking to you. i'm not talking to you. i was here when the officer -- when this happened. >> reporter: they have strong feelings on both sides. oh witnesses say two dogs on leashes got in to a fight. they say a k-9 officer broke up the fight when he tossed a dog down a stairwell and shot him. no one else was hurt. a dispute over traffic may have led to murder. david patton is charged with killing his neighbor. the body of steven carr was found at his home last night. they have a history of not getting along. last june they were in a fist fight over a traffic speed bump that carr helped to get installed in the neighborhood. president obama brings his
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tax cut proposal to our backyard literally. that's coming up. but first why you won't see anymore chevy chase bank branches in our area. plus, topper has the forecast. >> a great day. take you out with the almanac. you can access this on our website at wusa9.com. 85 and 63 in the books. a little above average today. record high 94. we will come back and talk about the cold front that moves through tonight and what it means for your commute. and a look ahead to the weekend because the skins are home next sunday. stay
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after four years, adrian fenty is now apologizing. he never apologized for giving control of $82 million in city contracts to his frat brothers. no apology for his secret trips and missed appearances, for record-high unemployment and overspending the budget. and no apology for what the washington post calls "silly fights with the d.c. council," "unnecessary government secrecy,"
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"shutting out community voices." we're sorry, mayor fenty -- some things you just can't forgive. capital one bank. they're everywhere. ♪ yeah, you're right! [ horns honking ] hey, there's one right up the street. [ male announcer ] capital one bank. the most branches and atms in the dc area. what's in your wallet? ove, go long! if you live in northern virginia you may have a little extra time to pay your car and property taxes, the personal one them partnershipper had a problem and so 115,000 of you in arlington, falls church and alexandria are getting an unexpected gift. in arlington the county is pushing the due date on your
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tack bill back to october 15th. 45,000 bills went out last week, and another 70,000 will go out this week. if you don't know yet about -- we don't know yet about alexandria and falls church. chevy chase bank is no more. they are now capital one. the mclean based company is the ninth largest bank in the country based on deposit and employs 4,000 people in the region. looking at neighborhood news, it is a challenge from one local pastor. a 90 day challenge to a church to lose weight and be healthy. you can read more at wusa9.com and check on the news in your backyard at where you live on the center of the page back in a few minutes.
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year? a lot depends on the outcome of a tug of war getting intense between president obama and republicans in congress. mr. obama wants to extip bush era tax cuts but only for families earning less than $250,000. republicans want tax cuts for everyone including the country's wealthiest americans. >> i'm introducing legislation today that insures no one in the country will pay higher income taxes next year than they are right now. >> reporter: in congress fails to pass any extension at all the bush era tax cuts will run out for every taxpayer. the president held a backyard pow would you with fairfax to brake down why he kasais tax cuts can't be across the board. we will meet a family that invited him for a public visit. 20 states are calling the reform plan unconstitutional. they will tell the judge the
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lawsuit should not go to trial because states don't have the standing to sue. the states say they can sue because the law will require them to spend more on medicaid. the ama'am. seven out of ten mork new yorkers oppose building it so close to the site of the 9/11 terror attacks but they say it is disingenious. >> to claim it is hallowed ground, it is hallowed ground in once sense but it dunn add. >> reporter: muslim leader hinted he's working on a compromise plan but wouldn't say more. the koran burning plans are off but the protests against america continue. demonstrators in iran shouted death to america and called for the u.s. pastor behind the original plan to be killed.
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they gathered at the swiss embassy in teheran. iran does not have diplomatic relationships with the united states and u.s. interests there are handled by the swiss embassy. the pastor said he no longer wants to burn copies of the holy book. despite promise else would be de released over the weekend, one of the three hikers arrested in 2009 is still in jail by the iranians have offered her bail. diplomates and lawyers are trying to arrange the payment of a half million dollars for her relief. her friends will stay in jail and will be prosecuted for spying. apparently there is a concern for her health. >> she has a precancerous condition and i'm actually worried the young woman is going to get cancer for real. >> reporter: the u.s. sanctioned law prevents money from being transferred to the iranian state. finding a way around that may present a language and lead to
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lays. from captured hikers to a lost hiker that has been found in roanoke, virginia. 19-year-old koby fell over a rock cliff on sunday morning when he was climbing mountains but his luck changed when a search team found him and the best news of all, he's expected to be okay. little weary. >> weary. hiking alone. always need a buddy. >> always. always. >> safety first. >> what a beautiful day. >> it was gorgeous. >> cold front rolling through tonight. but not much tight byte it to. >> no fog tomorrow morning. eliminate that right away. here's the forecast first for the next three days. very nice tomorrow and i say nice an i know we need rain but nice is nice. some showers possible by thursday. that's actually good news. i will break down tomorrow for you. cool to start.
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little breezy all day. 88 to start with sunshine. 76, partly cloudy by noon and 81 by evening. playing golf it is probably a one or two club. no wind tomorrow. right now 83 downtown. high of 85. 81 gaithersburg. low 80s everywhere. frederick, leesburg 82. 84 manassas and 85 in fredericksburg. a little cooler as you may expect by the water. for tonight, look for partly cloudy skies. it will be cool, comfortable. mid-50s to mid-60s. winds northwest at ten. tomorrow morning winds pick up. partly cloudy and breezy and cool. 50s and 80s. northwest 10 to 15 but a nice day to do anything. high temperatures low 80s tomorrow afternoon. not as warm as today but comfortable and about average. by the way, this time of the year average is great. winds northwesterly at 10 to 15. all right. satellite picture radar combined. first go to the tropics. that's igor, what a monster.
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wins up to 185 miles an hour and gusts. sustained winds of 150 miles an hour and category four. we will come back and tell you where we think he is heading. showers to the north. that's what postponed the u.s. open. they will stay to our north tonight. a few clouds with the cold front late tonight and tomorrow. here's the latest. still over 1300 miles from bermuda and winds are 1 a 0. that's a sustained wind and gusts of 185. it is going to bear down in bermuda by saturday afternoon. this will be three or four hundred miles sow. similar track to what danielle did earlier in the season. it will provide swells for the coast but the good news is it is not going to threaten the east coast. always track that with our nine hurricane tracker. down load it on our website. >> tomorrow, 72 cumberland. 76 -- excuse me, 72 oakland. 76 cumberland. 83 culpeper. breezy for the mountain answer the coast.
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82 or so downtown. 80 for annapolis. small craft advisory for the bay an tidal potomac. 82 tomorrow. 80 on wednesday. showers are possible on friday an showers could linger in to saturday but not a huge deal and sunday is nice. the skins are at home again and you can watch it here on channel 9 and then warmer air next monday the mid-80s. the skins made us wait for it, wait for it but then they opened with a win. >> they won without an offensive touchdown which is rare in the nfl but a win unless. for the moment everyone in the building thought they lost the game and then a last-second reprieve from the executioner. the redskins react to the bizarre finish. and plus, another tantrum from haynesworth. see his latest mast piece. nine sports. transforming our lives. now imagine the possibilities
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you can debate what the greatest game was. we can safely say last night we witnessed in the greatest holding penalty in the history of this glorious franchise. three secs left in the game. redskins cleaning to a lead but dallas had the ball. romo, avoids the pressure here. takes the snap. looking for roy williams. and there is the game-winning touchdown heart breaker. redskins lose until the cowboys alex baron gets called for a holding penalty on orakpo, thus negating the touchdown and wait a second the redskins win and if you were confused by what happened at the end of the game, so were the players? when it happened, i was watching it the whole time and said it is over. three seconds that was it is. >> seems like every time we play these guys it comes down
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to something like this. i credit our defense. >> never seen anything like that. just an outstanding play by our guys. >> reporter: as for mcnabb's redskins debut, a mixed bag for him. 15 of 32, 171-yards but he did convert key 3rddowns and used legs a couple of times to get out of trouble but the offense didn't score a touchdown. donovan your thoughts on your fedex debut. >> we made enough plays and drove the ball and got in the red zone. we just have to finish it. we have been ready throughout the preseason ' a great week at practice. >> reporter: hanes worst made a spectacle of himself last night. shocker. he got taken out in the first quarter and he was so peeved about it when the defense held a meeting on the sideline albert refused to participate. no comment from the round mound of frown today. the ravens open their season on monday night football
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and pay a visit to the man that spent ten years as the architect, rex ryan. the ravens long-time defensive coordinator. ryan and the jets were featured on hbo's hard knocks this summer and some of the ravens think their old coach has been running his mouth a little too much. >> my name should not come out of his mouth which unless you are telling somebody to block me which is a hard task task. >> reporter: four days away from the latest edition of high school sports.net operation football. tonight's campus correspondent featured clip comes from mitchell brown at stoneball jackson high school in manassas. he shot jerry bud on the pitch here. 22-yards if the score. garfield would win in overtime. if you would like to see more clips or high schoolers, if you would like to become a
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correspondent and get a free flip cam go to high school sports.net. in the history of tennis there are six men who won the career grand slam. that is to say they have won all four major titles in the course of their career and maybe about to add number seven. nadal. he broke serve twice the opening set. 11 winners in the opening set and put him in mood to break something. he gets those for free. don't worry about it. nadal won the first set. they are in a rain delay. highlights at 11:00. >> when ever that starts. >> all right. that's it for us on 9 news now at 63 of we pre-empted the evening news at tennis. the only local news at 7:00 is coming up. and tomorrow morning get started with andrea, howard and angie with the news, traffic and weather and always at wusa9.com it is always
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president's proposed tax cuts and he took to the streets today trying to build up some support. after fairfax, just a regular monday for one couple. all except for the fact that the president showed up to talk finances in their backyard. the neighbors got in on the conversation as well and as peggy fox tells us it was certainly an experience they will never forget. >> obama! >> reporter: when the president comes to your neighborhood you make signs and cheer, whichever side you are on, unless you are one of the lucky 20 people in mantawah that gets invied to the backyard of john nicholas and armstrong. >> he is personable. >> we felt at ease with him. >> reporter: the president talked mostly about the economy. >> right now our number one focus has to be jobs, jobs, jobs. >> reporter: and he made his case for letting the bush tax cuts expire. >> we're still in this wrestling match with john boehner

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